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Sibylles Story, Tr. M. Watson by Octave Feuillet

Sibylles Story, Tr.

M. Watson by Octave Feuillet

Published September 12th 2013
ISBN : 9781230238920
Paperback
90 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... that through all myMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... that through all my life I shall remain devoted and consecrated to you, and when you will, at a word, at a sign, I will leave all to follow you to the end of the world, on my knees, as your servant, your slave. Adieu. She seized one of Raouls hands, pressing it wildly to her bosom and her lips. Raoul snatched it almost violently away, and rising, lifted up Madame de Val Chesnay. I beg of you to rise, said he in a deep, imperious voice. She stood trembling, almost fainting. Tell me that you pity me, murmured sbe, and I will go. Yes, I pity you deeply, Clotilde. Go. She lifted her dark eyes, glittering with tears, to his, sighed deeply and slowly left the room. The next morning but one, Monsieur de Chalys stepped into a railway carriage on his return to Ferias. chapter xxii. peace at last. It was not without some hesitation that the Comte de Chalys had made up his mind to return to Farias. His brief sojourn in Paris, and the events that had taken place there, seemed to have broken the charm that Sibylles hand had woven around him during the last few months. He felt as if awakened from a dream, and looked upon his life at Ferias as a mixture of absurdity and childishness, to which he was surprised that he had so long submitted. These reilections continued throughout the journey. Contact with real life, its sorrows and degradations, had thrown him back into all his former miserable doubts and scepticism- Gandraxs cruel, bitter death had deeply shaken his new faith, while his interview with Clotilde perpetually haunted him. In spite of the reproaches of his conscience, Clotildes ardour, her strongly expressed love and visible devotion had made his blood surge through his brain, leaving him in a state of semiintoxication- he...